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Collective Bargaining Simulated / Edition 4
     

Collective Bargaining Simulated / Edition 4

by Jerald R. Smith, Michael R. Carrell, Peggy A. Golden
 

ISBN-10: 0135219981

ISBN-13: 9780135219980

Pub. Date: 10/16/1995

Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference

This simulation puts users in the position of re- negotiating a labor agreement for a major metals corporation. By analyzing the company's history and financial statements, the current labor agreement, the union and its current relationship with management, users negotiate both economic and non-economic issues of the labor agreement. The entire simulation can be

Overview

This simulation puts users in the position of re- negotiating a labor agreement for a major metals corporation. By analyzing the company's history and financial statements, the current labor agreement, the union and its current relationship with management, users negotiate both economic and non-economic issues of the labor agreement. The entire simulation can be utilized with or without the computerized programs. The simulation is based on an actual labor agreement to reflect the most "real world" experience possible. Users must consider issues such as financial elements, wages, overtime, sub-contracting, drug testing, profit sharing, and health and pension benefits. Variables in the simulation reflect current trends in bargaining agreements such as wages, job titles, etc.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780135219980
Publisher:
Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference
Publication date:
10/16/1995
Pages:
88
Product dimensions:
8.27(w) x 10.85(h) x 0.25(d)

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Table of Contents

How to Use This Simulation
1(2)
The Company: Ohio Metals
3(2)
The Company's Financial Statement
5(1)
The Union: Local 56
6(2)
Union-Management Relations
8(1)
Survey of Employee Preferences
9(1)
Non-Economic Issues
10(3)
Current Agreement
13(10)
Job Classifications and Current Wage Rates
23(2)
Key Economic Features of Current Agreement
25(4)
Player's Roles
29(6)
Simulation Forms For Non-Computerized Negotiations
35(28)
Introduction to the Computer Programs
63(1)
Union Demands for Computer Negotiations
64(1)
Simulation Forms For Computerized Negotiations
65(12)
Selected Portions of the Computer Program
77(11)
Instructions for Preparing the Student Disks
88

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